Join Sho Baraka as he interviews Dr. Esau McCaulley on his upcoming book "Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope". Grab Esau’s book and books from other IVP authors at https://www.ivpress.com Use promo code: IVPTBL21 for 40% off all books on IVP's website + free shipping in US/Canada! Register for Through Eyes of Color Virtual Experience here: https://jude3project.regfox.com/through-eyes-of-color-a-virtual-experience

On this episode, Mahlatse Mashua discussed the viral video from Grapevine called "Is African Spirituality Bad?"

 

Also, don't forget to register for "Through Eyes of Color: The Virtual Experience" here: througheyesofcolor.com

On this episode, Dr. Otis Moss iii, Rev. James Meeks, Dr. Barabra Williams Skinner, and Michael Wear discuss how the church can unite around legislation for criminal justice reform.
 
 
 
On this episode, Dr. Marvin McMickle, Dr. Christena Edmondson, Latasha Morrison, and Dr. Jay Harvey discuss what it means to listen and lament in this cultural moment.
 
 
 

On this episode, Lisa Fields had a candid conversation with Bernard Thomas & Christopher Wright from the EVAC Movement about the bible, spirituality, and justice. 

Also, please note we had some audio issues during this interview.

On this episode, Vanna Cure and Justin Giboney helped us develop a strategy for progress in our pursuit of justice.

On this episode, Sheila Wise Rowe discussed how we heal racial trauma.
 
 

On this episode, Cam Triggs fills in for Lisa Fields as the host to interview Brandon Cleaver. They discussed love as the greatest apologetic, grace, truth, and honor the legacy of Ravi Zacharias. #ThankYouRavi

If God is all-good, all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving, why is there suffering? Is He the cause of it? Is He not all-good, all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-loving? Why doesn't he bring an end to all the suffering in this world? These are common questions that many of us have wrestled with. On this episode, Dr. Charlie Dates, Kirk Franklin, and Lisa Fields try to make sense of suffering.

On this episode, Kori Porter gets candid about her faith journey. She discussed her journey with considering abortion, drug addiction, and her trailblazing social justice work at Ole Miss.

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